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Jesus Ernesto Chavez, known as "El Camello," second from left, stands as he is guarded by a federal police officer during a presentation to the press, in Mexico City, Friday, July 2, 2010. According to the federal police Chavez ordered the March 13 attack that killed a U.S. consulate employee and her husband as they drove in the violent border city. The other two detained men are unidentified. (AP Photo/Carlos Jasso)
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Jesus Ernesto Chavez, known as "El Camello," second from left, stands as he is guarded by a federal police officer during a presentation to the press, in Mexico City, Friday, July 2, 2010. According to the federal police Chavez ordered the March 13 attack that killed a U.S. consulate employee and her husband as they drove in the violent border city. The other two detained men are unidentified. (AP Photo/Carlos Jasso)

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